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torsion bars

hey all i have a 2001 ranger edge model how much crank do i need on the torsion bars to clear a set of 31x1050x15 bfgs on 10x15 rims no off roading here just strret and work rider thx
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Hmm well after you change your blinker fluid I would say 3 full turns.

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Those are pretty wide rims for those tires. I'd be careful making any sharp turns. But anyways they will clear in stock form. You could crank them to level the truck out if you'd like but make sure you crank each side an equal amount of turns.
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Those are pretty wide rims for those tires. I'd be careful making any sharp turns. But anyways they will clear in stock form. You could crank them to level the truck out if you'd like but make sure you crank each side an equal amount of turns.
First of all, welcome.

Second, search as this topic has been exhausted before.

Third, be careful as mentioned above, those wheels are too wide for the tires you plan on running......

EDIT: one more thing, this is posted in the wrong spot, Mods please move......
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Hmm well after you change your blinker fluid I would say 3 full turns.

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but seriously.. make sure u don't tear a hole into the time space continuum
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but seriously.. make sure u don't tear a hole into the time space continuum
Oh no, not this again! what the hell is a gigawatt?!?!?!?!?
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1.21 Gigawatt?s

ONE... POINT TWO ONE GIGAWATTS?!?
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Those are pretty wide rims for those tires. I'd be careful making any sharp turns. But anyways they will clear in stock form. You could crank them to level the truck out if you'd like but make sure you crank each side an equal amount of turns.
x2. No crank necessary to fit.
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1.21 Gigawatt?s

ONE... POINT TWO ONE GIGAWATTS?!?
Like griggs said, make sure you fill up "Mr. Fusion"
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And for Goodness Sake.....Make sure you tighten that Loose nut between the steering wheel and the drivers seat!!!!!
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if you mount 31x10.5 on 15x10 you need to be smacked that streches the bead out to much you want a 7-8" wide rim only
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And for Goodness Sake.....Make sure you tighten that Loose nut between the steering wheel and the drivers seat!!!!!

i tried, it seems to be stubborn and not tighten
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get a 12.50" wide tire please... i dont need any more danger on the road
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When I had my 31's with no tbar crank they rubbed when I flexed but since you dont wheel I wouldnt crank them because of wear but if you want it level go for it.
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